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Icelantic Gallery features artists Ryo Tomo, Mackenzie Berg for 1st Friday

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Icelantic, the local ski company-slash-gallery in the Santa Fe Arts District (948 West 8th Avenue), will be featuring artists Ryo Tomo and Mackenzie Berg this month with a grand opening on Friday April 2 from 6 p.m to midnight for the First Friday Gallery Hop.

True to Icelantic's made-in-Colorado vibe, Fresh Jefferson is bringing the reggae/jazz/trip-hop jams from Evergreen, and Tommyknocker Brewery is bringing the brews from Idaho Springs.

While you're there, pick up a $325 8"x65" stretched giclée print of your favorite Travis Parr top-sheet artwork from Icelantic's skis, past, present and future.

For more on the artists, check out their websites:

Ryo Tomo

Mackenzie Berg

Travis Parr

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